21st Century Cosmologyy [NOOK Book]

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New discoveries from a think-tank in advanced new theoretical physics and cosmology in easy to understand language. Written for the general reader.

We live in a Universe composed of nothing BUT Energy. This book suggests that our next evolutionary step may very well be understanding how the Universe really works from a deeper more philosophical and Spiritual perspective.
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Overview

New discoveries from a think-tank in advanced new theoretical physics and cosmology in easy to understand language. Written for the general reader.

We live in a Universe composed of nothing BUT Energy. This book suggests that our next evolutionary step may very well be understanding how the Universe really works from a deeper more philosophical and Spiritual perspective.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011889608
  • Publisher: MBD Enterprises
  • Publication date: 10/11/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 34 KB

Meet the Author

Former Vice-President of Board of Trustees of a Palm Beach Foundation that does work in Advanced Theoretical Physics and Cosmology.
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  • Posted April 25, 2011

    For those interested in esoteric physics and cosmoloogy

    This is a great synergistic book that goes a long ways to healing the seeming rift between spiritual science and quantum mechanics / Einstein physics. It is not a discussion of particle theory, string theory, quarks and other conventional theoretical physics buzzwords. Rather it is looking at the whole of physics from a perspective of energy, time, and space based on the big picture. It explains the expanding Universe in a simple to understand manner that is not that difficult to visualize though it is different than the accepted Standard Model. It attempts to describe the unification of Quantum physics and spiritual science.

    The existence of flying saucers (UFOs) and information about how our scientists are studying them are also mentioned. This is an important point and people who scoff at the existence of UFOs may find this booklet lacking in the proof of concepts discussed in a way that their mechanistic minds require. The main problem is that it is just too short a presentation to do justice to the subject because it doesn't go into enough detail to allow one to go out and build something. -Of course if it did, the site would be closed down due to national security issues. The Journal of The Borderland Research had a very interesting article called "Gravity is a Push" that contained relatively simple experiments that one could do to prove that gravity is a push from above and not a pulling from the center of the earth. Referencing this article might be necessary for some people to accept the cosmology that Deutsch describes.

    The writings of Keely and his 3 forces might even make sense to me now that I have grasped the basic concepts presented here in this Cosmology. And I wish I had time now to go back over the writings of Tesla and others to see if they make sense when viewed from the perspective of this radically different view of the expanding Universe. Clearly there are things such as the pyramids that are not possible for primitive peoples to have built given the number of man-hours it would have taken. Obviously they knew something we do not know. And based on the archeological records it must have been levitation. Keely was able to create anti-gravity and it is highly likely now that we know more about the true nature of gravity thanks to this book, that others will also soon rediscover this technology.

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  • Posted November 28, 2010

    incoherent religuous rant

    Beware I thought I might be purchasing a book about theories of dark energy or matter. Instead I wound up with a creationist rant. Unreadable and incoherent ramblings that only a religuous nut could write. don't throw away your money.

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